Sure, the idea of augmented reality has some appeal.
Overlaid on your view of the real world, your Net-connected glasses show navigation instructions, prompt you with the name of the person you're talking to, and run an ad-blocker app to turn billboards into wallpaper with soothing nature photos. And with one display for each eye, you see in 3D, so you can turn the outisde world into an immersive videogame.
The only problem is that you look like a total dork walking around with bulky electronic devices stuck to your face.
Vuzix, which sells such products, says it's … Read more